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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1916)
New Spring Merchandise on Display
Throughout SaWs Big Store
These fresh showings of beautiful Spring Goods will be of interest to all who are
interested in the latest things for the coming season.
Lincensed Lady Em
balmer Moderate Prices
Latest Methods Are
Found Only At
Phone 724. Salem, Ore.
0AE8 OF ANT KIND, FOR
ANT PLACE, AT ANT TIME
Good Garage In connection foi
storage of cars.
SALEM TAXI CO.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
246 State Street
10 Day Grocery
Sale at DAMON'S
K. C. taking Powder, sale
price Slic, cans lSt)
Cienmery Untter, sale price ,.3,'lc.
KrinUu Corn Flukes,
,1V Steel Cut Coffee
3uc Steel Cut Coffee
25c Steel Cut Coffee
2 Pounds of llra.il Coffee
Sulo price 4
3 Pounds of
Best llnrd Wheat Flour per
New Crop Italian Prunes
0 pounds for 2."c
28 pounds for : $1.00
6 pound of rice for ....... .25c
4 pounds of head r'ce for 25c
00n Tea (any kind), sale
Lay in your March groceries
these low prices,
853 N. Com'l. Thone 68
New Suits, New Coats, New Dresses,
New Waists, New Skirts, of
Utmost Quality and Style
(Watch our window displays for the new things)
New Spring Footwear. New Spring two
tone Taffetas. New Crepe De Chines and
Tub Silks. New Spring Wash Materials.
New Spring Hats for Men. New Silk Hosiery.
New Laces and Embroideries. New Suits
Millinery Department Space on second floor For
Rent Inquire at Office.
Quality and Service
All Around Town
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glass
is correctly. U. S. bank. Bldg.
Lamar Tooze will speak Sunday ev-j Business is good at the postoffice
ening at the First Congregational ; and continues to get better. The re
church, the address to be followed by j ceipts for 1'ebniarv for all kinds of
moving pictures. j
Dr. Stone's drug store.
In the belief that national prepared-
ness consists ill works instead of words
Arthur J. Keiuhart and Joseph I,. Mr
Allister signed up us members of Com
pany .M. lust night.
Dr. Stone's Drug Store.
Fred Schindlor, a local second hand
dealer, wns found guilty in police court
yesterday afternoon und fined fll) on u
charge of failing to report the purchase
of two nose bags from (), P. St. Clair.
Special sale, large Juicy oranges, reg
ular 50c oranges for .'15c, while they last.
Nichols Grocery, 217 N. Conitnerei.il.
This cool weather Is about right, ac
cording to C. O. Constable, from the
standpoint of the fruit men, as it pre
vents the snp from circulating in the
trees until spring time is here for good.
Order your pure milk, cream and
Maple drove butter from Maple drove
1'niry, 1213 SoulU Commercial. Phone
Governor Withyconibe, Mr. and Mrs.
(leorge Palbmer Putnam and Mr. and
Mrs. John Minto will be the guest's of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Keller tomorrow' even
ing nt the opera house for thu Moose
Nichols Grocery will sell 50c oranges
for 35i! Wednesday ami Thursday only.
Cull and try them! 217 N. Commercial.
Do not forget the special days that
are coming, beginning with Snturdav of
this week. The first is "Better Hn
hies" week, March 4 11, then lturlinn'
dny, Tuesday, the 7th and then Salmon
dny, Friday, the 10th.
Big sale on oranges for Wednesday
and Thursday, reeulnr 50e oranges for
35c per down. Nichols Grocery, 247 N.
Commercial. Phone fit.
Salem republicans will meet this ev
ening nt S o'clock nt the court house
to discuss what is best fuf the party
and to also make nrrungrmenls for the
big republican rully to be held nt the
armory Saturday, March IS.
We will take your used furniture in
exchange for new. ltureii & Hamilton.
An alumnus, whose name has been
withheld, is buying plate glass show
eases fur Willunictto university, in
which all the curios and specimens of
the university museum will be plnced.
When the cases are placed, all the ex
hibits of the museum will be arranged,
cataloged and placed under cover.
Let E. L. Stiff Son. kang your awn
ings. All the boxes for the Moose enter-
tainment to be given at the oper house
tomorrow evening1 were reserved this
afternoon. The last two were tak
en today by State Parole Officer
Joe Keller, who ill entertain lis his
guests the governor and pnrtv, und
Frunk N. Derby, who owns the' Moose
building. Svtl rortlund Moose are
coming en tk evening train which
brings the entertainers und everything
now points to a crowded house.
E. L, BUff ft Son y the highest
prices for used furniture.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, MAR. 1, 1916.
Trade in your used furniture for new
at K. 1;. Stiff & Son.
postage was if.s.iio:!..')!). This shows an in
crease over February of one year ago of
You will not make a mistake if you
eat at 202 State. Jess lleorye guar.ui-
Hon. R. A. Booth was in the city yes
terday and wns present at the meeting
of the Six O'clock club of the First
Methodist church to hear the address
of Kdgar 11. Piper on "National Pre
paredness." Dr. C. Hartley, specialist, inflamed,
bleeding gums and pyorrhea. 410 T S.
Hmk llldg. Phono 1H0.
"The City Mail's Garden" is the
subject on which I.. J. Chupin will ad
dress the members of the Six O'clock
elub of the First Methodist church
Monday evening, March .13. This ad
dress will close the series of meetings
for the winter held by the Six O'clock
A quantity of use linoleum to be dis
posed of at once, 25c per yard. Ex
change department. Buren & Hamilton.
School histories, relating of the deeds
of valor of tho army of the I'nited
States in the enrly days of the nation
and especially of the war of 1S12, are
all false, according to Edgar B. Piper,
editor of the Orcgonian. The fact is,
and some of
They give you n wide ingle of
vision, unobstructed view In
No eye tiring reflections from
the back surface of tho lenses.
No eye strain from looking
through the edges of the lenses.
Lighter, thinner, more trans
parent snd less tiresome to wear.
Torio lenses can be fit elosor
to tho eye ball without touching
The lenses of your glasses ro
of more importance to you than
any other thing you buy for your
personal use, und they can five
you more comfort.
1 make n specialty of fitting
Toiic lenses and gnsrnntee satis
faction iu every respect.
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn
Rooms 210, 211 U. S. Hank Bldg.
Raise of Wazes in
the Lumber Camps
Aberdeen, Wash., Marrli 1. Several
.lumber manuncturiiiir plants to.lay an-;
iiounced in increase of wages beginning
tomorrow. It is also given out thati
; four logging camps s'lut down many
'months will be started early in March,,
i and then 500 men will bo given em- j
ploynient as a result.
The lamps to be opened arc the big!
ramp of the Rational Lumber company!
of iloqiiiain at Cedarville; the Aberdeen
.umber & Shingle Co. at lliinipttilips;
j Preston Keefe camp here, and McCash-j
Coats camp at Pacific, lieach. j
historians are digging up a lot of real j
; nisiury, proving inui my mini wuimm
military training cannot bo depended
! on, and that the security of the I'nited
States is based on t lie false assumption
that bravery alone is essential.
Slightly used gas ranges, wood ranges
and kitchen linoleum, to be sold at once
'very cheap. Kxchango department in
basement. Huron & Hamilton.
The Polk-Yamhill-Marion Medical so-
ciety will meet in Salem next Tuesday,
i evening und will hold its sessions in the
! old medical building of the university.1
: Dr. Thomas Joyce will read a paper on,
"Diagnosis of Goiters," to be followed
1 by a general discussion. j
i Word was receiveu this morning of
the death of Mrs. James H. Slater, at
the age of 8 1 'years, at her home in I.a
Grande. She was the mother of W. T.
; Slater, of this city, and grandmother
: of Kugene Slater, secretary of the Klks:
'club. She was the widow of James
, H. Slater, a former U. S. senator from
The new Moore building not being
finished tile Hob Nob Noedloshop will
j still be at the old location until the
first of next week. US S. Coni'l.
! The drill team of the Artisans and its
'friends will take a little motoring trip
'. this evenine and motor to Dallas to nut
on the work for that lodge this even
! ing. About CO members are to be in
itiated. The party will bo accompanied
by supreme master, II, S. Hudson, and
his son, Harvey Hudson, both of Port-
Onr Duplex Alcazer range burns coal,
wood or gas. It is the peer of duplex
ranees. Your old range taken in ex
change. Huron & Hamilton.
E. Cooke Patton has ioined the or-
liter ot the Knights of t lie drip. This
year he will do, the traveling himself
! for his postal card business and will
make his initial trip starting out tomor
row. The first trip will include Dallas.
Corvnllis, Albany and other valley
towns and he expects to be away about
three weeks, showing samples of his
Postponement of the lecture to be
given liy 1'rot. Wallaco MncMurrnv at
he Sa em public library Friday of this
week, has been announced. On account
of the entertainment at the opera house
il "fP'V1.,,'"V''-" -T f.i,VPn f"r ,hl'
l! w ,, ,i , f PnivoMity library, it wan
, ,,,.7i unc i ue lecture one
urine- ir to I'lulav.
10, when rrofessnr MacMiirru'v
will lecture on
'The Modem Drama."
Already plans are under way for the I
Salem Chautauqua season nceording to
information from tho Ellison -Whi'c ,
And get rid of them
Our business is to bring WRONG EYES and
RIGHT GLASSES together.
We guarantee to help anyone that glasses can help.
MISS A. McCULLOCH, Optometrist,
208-209 Hubbard Building. Phone 109
Our March Canned
Ibiring first two weeks of this mouth we are going to offer canned
goods at prices that are sure to attract the buying public.
15 DAYS ONLY
Pel Monte Canned Goods are on display. We are opening scores of
tins for your inspection. We ask you to ttiste them, compare them
with any on the market.
Our Special Offer Is
15 PER CENT DISCOUNT IN DOZEN AND CASE LOTS.
10 PEE CENT DISCOUNT IN ASSORTED DOZENS,
Tills is What They Will Cost You:
Pel Monte Peas, in dozen lots $1.55
Pel Monte Deans, in dozen lots $1.55
Pel Monto Tomatoes, No. 2 1-2,
Pel Monto Tomatoes, No. 2s, in
Kitglo l'eas, dotrn $1.05
Solar Pineapple, No. 2s $1.25
IV1 Monte ex. sliced $2.55
Onnrga Coru $1.25
Kunquet Apricots $1.40
See us on your first of the month order. It will pay you.
HARD WHEAT FLOUR $1.35.
Roth Grocery Co.
Saturday Night, March i
A Superb Produciion of
the Most Brilliant Comedy
yet Written In Amerloa
By J. Hartley Manners
with FLORENCE MARTIN and
perfect Moroseo cast.
Seats Now Selling.
Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c,
company. The circuit this year will
begin early in April at El Paso and
close in August in Montana. The dates
for Salem are early in July. One of the
unusual attractions promised is the
Kaffir Buy choir, direct from the bush-j
es of Africa. A missionary working in
the Congo country discovered a tribe j
whose voices were cultivated accord-;
ing to African standards, and trom this
tribe, a boy choir was brought to this
country and will be introduced through
tli o KllisonWhite circuit.
February was rather a tempest and
sunshine month. It rained almost every
day the first half of the month, bring-'
ing the river up to a gunge, of 20.2 feet
at 2 o'clock
on the afternoon of th
ninth. The last half of the montn
was clear and sunshiny, excepting the
2!Mh. The stage of the river on the
first was 5 feet above low water and
the record was the same the last day
of the month. The rainfall was
inches and this all fell during the first
half, excepting .22 of an inch, credited
to the 20th. The wind was from the
south l.'t days of the month, from the
north 13 days and from the east one
The U. S. Marine recruiting station in
this city, in chnrge of Sergeant W. B.
Scliumnu, although established here
September 1( ot last year, has secured
but six recruits, and for this reason,
the authorities have decided to discon -
tinue the station. Sceral have beenjtil(, ,.1,.,-tion. additional entertainment
accepted here, but failed to puss the j w;n lie given in the way of boxing
final examinations ut Portland uml j bouts.
Mare Island. Applicants from thisi . o
part of the valley and those who liavej The ReVi George F. Holt, of River
already made application, may keep in sl(,,N ,Ul(( wns .,utlv t,i,,,..j
touch with Sergeant Schuman, as he has; Ulf f thp Kirst Haptist church to
been assigned to the Portland recruiting ,' Mlr(,ot,(1 tlu, R,,v Harry E. Marshull.
station. Since the office was onened i :i, . ,i. i i
here, the following have been successful
m entering the murine service: H. W .
Brown, of Oakland, September 17; I.. K.
;Vlki"S0"' "H"', September 22;
Kmmett Hall, Salem October 2 ; A. -
nun n . i.iiiiiviin-, iiii'iu, ,ui ciuuci .i;
v. r. minon, iNiicni, -Noveniuer n: r.rn-
est I.. Albright, Salem, December Hi;',, i ' Siierliw and wi '
Refreshments for 300 will he prepar-
ed by the entertainment committee of
tho Elks for the session Thursday even-
Bring Your Eye Troubles Here
is if glasses can cure
in doen lots $1.25
down lots $1.00
Deauty Peas, dozen $1.25
Honolulu Ladv $2.05
No. Is, sliced" $1.05
Danquet Peaches $1.35
Pel Monte Peaches $2.55
l'T n 1,. A.ntnJ
1WU LniUllUi AUCvHCU
In Salem Since Dry
Law Became Effective
Two drunks have beeu arrested in
Salem since the state wide prohibition
law went into effect January 1, or more
properly since December 27 when the
Inst drunk was fined in Hi 15. The police
blotter for the month of February
shows that one drunk was fined in Jan
uary and one in February, two more
were arrested on the same charge but
were dismissed. A total of 23 arrests
were made in Salem during the past
month, in all jail sentences aggregating
03 days were imposed by Judge Klgiu
and $"l30 was assessed in fines.
The docket at the station shows that
five arrests were made for vagrancy,
three for speeding, one for cruelty to
a child, three on drunk charges, four :
were held for -justice court, three sus-
pects were picked up, two were nr-j
rested for carrying concealed weapons, j
one for violating the pawn shop ordin
ance, and one counterfeiter was taken.'
The record sof the officers who made
and assisted in the arrests follows: .
Varncv, S; White, 7; Victor. ii; Nichol-;
sou, 5; Welsh, 2, and Stubbs, 1.
Market Opened Shaky j
But Soon Became Steady
(Copyright 1 f 1 , by the New York
New York, March. 1. There was no,
occasion for surprise that the. market j
todav should have been nervous when
the (lerniau armed merchantman decree;
'became effective. This, on. top of be-!
Hildcring news about the Verdun bat-;
j tie, accompanied by the president's de-
Imaiiil for a vote in congress on the
j German-American situation; hence it
jw-ns to be expected, that the day would:
lip one of confusion and uusettlenient.
j ',..t the particular circumstances that!
,.aus'il the earlv and violent break
could hardly be credited, to the street
or the stock exchange.
Hy afternoon the fact that no tor
pedoing was reported, that the presi
dent's attitude will be endorsed, in
form at least, and that an open Ger-luan-Ainerican
breach will be averted,
began to get attention. When the
market once became concerned with
news rather than rumors, it sharply re
covered and gained most of the earlier
ing. As at this meeting the officers
for the coming year will be elected,
.inul i..v..ml nther matters nf more than
UMliil interest will come before the
j rj(ijre the entertainment though best
! (0 )je prepared. After the excitement of
wU, ,,mulu,t wrvi,,)( Sunday morning
! an, 0Veiiiinr
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Nichols, of Faith,
!su,h 1Jslkotll . in thc ,ilv vJsiti,li
i ni. i.p llnInrt nf C (
Nichuls, who lo-
.i.. i i,. .i i.....:
Sl'KXC'EH III the city, February 2!),
lillti, I. W. Spencer, in his 001 h year.
The body was forwarded by Webb &
dough to Roseburg for burial. He is
survived by a son, I.ynian T.. Spencer,
who accompanied the body to Roseburg.
Dl'NSTON In the city, February
ldlti, ,T. H. Dunston, in his 5.1.1 year.
Accompanied by his widow, the body
was sent today by Webb & Clough to
Tillamook for burial.
.BILLINGS In the citv, February 211,
j Wld, Miss Maggie V." Hillings, i'u her
The body was shipped this afternoon
by Higdon & Richardson to Springfield,
Oregon, for burial.
(iOOUHl'l) At the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. A. M. Reid, Mrs. I.. J. (;0,.
rue, in her Soth year.
She is survived by three daughters
and one son, (leorge U. Goodhue, of
Portland; Miss Klsie. I.. Goodhue and
Mrs. A. M. Reid, of Salem, and Miss
' M. I,. Goodhue, of San Francisco,
Funeral services will be held Sntnr
;dny afternoon at 2::I0 o'clock from the
j Kvangelicnl church, Seventeenth ami
; r hcnicki'tn streets, conducted bv the
Rev. 11. K. Hornschucli.
Big Time tElks' Club
! Two of the best boxing matches ever
I pulled off in this city will take place nt
ithe Klls' dub Thursday night. Mascot
land Mnseow an.l Kv.ins and Summers
are matches for six fast rounds each
nd promise to be in the pink of condi
! Hon. This w ill be regular election night
I and a bauquet w ill follow the evening's
'Mayor Thompson Makes
Poor Showing In Race
Chicago, March 1. C'nnvn nf th..
'results .,f yesterday's primary showed
' today that Mayor Thompson lost seven
: important, wards, two nnti-Thompson
; candidates for aldermen, and that he
jwou only two of nine hot contests,
i In the democratic fight, tho Roger-
Sullivan candidates won 27 wards
gainst the Dunn-Harrison group.
John Swanson won the republican
nomination for municipal judge and
Leo Poyle the democratic.
Ninety thousand women voted.
also ft Nice Lln
E k XY Sl :
AVOID SPRING ILLS
Purify and Build Up the Blood with
In the spring your blood needs
cleansing and enriching. .You feel
poorly, and there is more or lesa
eruption tin your face and body.
Your appetite Is not pood, your sleep
is broken, and you are tired all tho
You need Hood's Sarsnparilla. It
is the one safe and effective tonic
that has stood the test of forty
years. It makes the pure red blood
that will make you feel better, look
better, eat and sleep better. It is
the old standard tried and true all-the-year-round
medicine for the
blood and the whole system.
Ask any druggist for Hood's Sar
snparllln, and insist on having it.
Nothing else acts like it, for nothing
else lias the same formula or ingre
dients, md so there is no real sub
stitute. f!et it today.
yourself with, Comfort -
day--a xJeek--all time
The house of Gracious
The home of the Satisfied
Guest where delicious
Viands with the natural
HOME-LIKE flavor com-
Rooms vJith privilege of bath $1
or more the day. Room. with
private bath $1.50 or more tfie chrp
The thing thit appeals-moderate
Tli i s is the 'back view of a Salem,
young man who is prominent in uth
letics some kidder takes nothing se
riously but his salary,
NO GUESSES ACCEPTED UNTIL
6:00 P. M.
To the first person who brings tli It
ad to us with his correct name to
we will give a 2-pound box of our
: STENOGRAPHERS I
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j RATES: 75c, $1.00, $1.50 FEB DAS
The only hotel in the business districts
nearest to all Depots, Theatres ana
A Home Away From Home.
T. O. BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phones. Free Auto Bus.
tf Toll mtn. n.l.t... a.. a . .
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I ft lsfactlon of reading the Cap-
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